NCI offers a number of support services to ensure students get any help they might need with their academic, personal or professional difficulties.
NCI provides a free counselling service for students who need support.
The Student Counselling and Wellness Service's aim is to support students and offer a supportive encouraging environment where students can talk about their difficulties or any struggles they may be facing while they are in college.
Deciding to go to college is a big step and at times may feel daunting, students face many new challenges, and sometimes college life can be stressful. These challenges may be academic, career, or even personal problems that can interfere with student's ability to take full advantage of the College experience. Counselling can be a helpful and supportive place to start.
Counselling can offer students some time and space to explore any issues that may be of concern such as:
- Stress or anxiety
- Academic difficulties
- Relationship difficulties
- Family issues
- Grief or bereavement
- Sexual/personal identity issues
- Physical assault/abuse
- Eating disorders
- Addiction or substance use
- Confidence or self-esteem
To book an appointment with the Student Counselling and Wellness Service, all you need to do is:
Call / Text: (086) 878 3086 / (01) 449 8767
Once your message is received, a counsellor will contact you with an available appointment.
Counselling sessions last for 40- 50 minutes. Your counsellor will discuss the frequency and number of sessions with you depending on your needs (usually weekly/bi-weekly and anywhere from 1 to 6 sessions).
Meet the Student Counselling and Wellness Team
If you need to contact the Student Counselling and Wellness team, please find their contact details below: